About Dahab, Egypt
Dahab is a commune and small town located on the southeast coast of the Sinai Peninsula in Egypt. The town is located at about 80 Km northeast of Sharm el-Sheikh and formerly known as the Bedouin fishing village. Dahab is made up of three major parts namely Masbat in the North, which includes the bedouin village Asalah, Mashraba, a major tourist area to the south and Medina which covers the Laguna area to the southwest and is famous for its excellent shallow-water windsurfing. Dahab is known as one of the Sinai's most important diving destinations. The town is served by Sharm el-Sheikh International Airport.
Attractions in Dahab
The town pulls in a large number of tourists and is renowned for its wind surfing, there are over 50 dive centres within Dahab. Masbat in Dahab is a popular diving destination and the town is usually flocked by tourist interested in diving and snorkelling in Red Sea. The Blue Hole, nicknamed “The World’s Most Dangerous Diving Site” is an internationally famous dive spot. Activities like cycling, mountain biking, horseback and camel riding, quad and jeep bike trips are other fun activities you can indulge in. Other tourist attractions in Dahab are the Mount Sinai and the Saint Catherine’s Monastery.
Best place to stay in Dahab
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